I live in central Florida and I found these bugs on my cherry tomato plant and they were gone by the next day. Haven’t seen them since. What are they?
he insects on your tomatoes are Leaffooted bug nymphs – Leptoglossus spp. This is a bug in the Coreidae family.
They probably had just hatched and moved on to other plants to feed or perhaps a bird got them?!
These insects feed on plant juices, but are not considered a pest of the garden.
Once they become adults they are much easier to ID to species.